from Delerium's Psychedelic Archive:
"This was the first album released on the Wakefield-based Holyground label which had been set up by Mike Levon and Dave Wood. I've been unable to track down a copy but it's reputedly a collection of surreal folk music recorded at a local pub. According to 'Record Collector' the better tracks make grim but humorous observations on satanic mills and miners".
from Psychedelic Folk Homestead:
NO. 9 BREAD STREET
Extremely personalised indoor sing along folk.
According to Greyhound Records this is "extremely rare esoteric folk from 1967, the first ever Holyground release, produced by Mike Levon & featuring Chris Coombs on guitar & harmonica. Very sought after, newly remastered,
According to Rockinworld this is "Holyground label acid-folk-rock, (not trad based), but a bit Americanized cool hippie folk and rock."